concur Definition

  • 1be of the same opinion; agree
  • 2happen or occur at the same time; coincide

Using concur: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "concur" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I concur with your assessment of the situation.

  • Example

    The results of the two experiments concurred.

  • Example

    The timing of the meeting did not concur with my schedule.

concur Synonyms and Antonyms

Phrases with concur

  • agree with someone


    I concur with your opinion on this matter.

  • agree with a decision or opinion


    I concur in the decision to postpone the event.

  • reach an agreement on something


    The two parties finally concurred on the terms of the contract.

Origins of concur

from Latin 'concurrere', meaning 'to run together'


Summary: concur in Brief

'Concur' [kənˈkəː] means to agree with someone or something, or to happen at the same time. It is often used in formal contexts, such as 'I concur with your assessment of the situation.' 'Concur' can also be used in phrases like 'concur with someone' and 'concur on something,' which mean to agree with someone or reach an agreement on something.